St Audoen's Catholic Church
Attached to the medieval St Audoen's Church of Ireland is the bigger 19th-century Catholic St Audoen's, which in 2006 was handed over...
This masterpiece of James Gandon (1743–1823) is a mammoth complex stretching 130m along Inns Quay, as fine an example of Georgian public...
St Audoen's Church of Ireland
Two churches, side-by-side, each bearing the same name, a tribute to St Audoen, the 7th-century bishop of Rouen (aka Ouen) and patron...
Vicar Street is a mid-sized venue with a capacity of around 1000, spread between the table-serviced group seating downstairs and a...
The menu changes daily at this tiny restaurant (it only has 16 seats) to reflect what's good and fresh, and the options aren't huge,...
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Brazen Head information
Reputedly Dublin's oldest pub, the Brazen Head has been serving thirsty patrons since 1198 when it set up as a Norman tavern. It's a bit away from the city centre, and the clientele consists of foreign language students, tourists and some grizzly auld locals.
Though its history is uncertain, the sunken level of the courtyard indicates how much street levels have altered since its construction. Robert Emmet was believed to have been a regular visitor, while in Ulysses, James Joyce reckoned 'you get a decent enough do in the Brazen Head'.